Sterling 4-Stone Princess-Cut Gemstone Band Ring

Sterling 4-Stone Princess-Cut Gemstone Band Ring
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Ring around royalty. Fit for a queen, this princess-cut, four-gemstone ring boasts regal sensibilities. A sterling silver band and diamond accents act as its loyal subjects.

  • Sterling silver
  • Total gemstone weights are approximate: Amethyst 0.40 carat; Citrine 0.40 carat; Garnet 0.70 carat; Peridot 0.65 carat; Blue Topaz 0.70 carat
  • Diamonds are used as accents only
  • Band features four princess-cut, prong-set gemstones separated by round, prong-set diamonds
  • Standard fit; sizes 5, 6, 7, 8, 9
  • Measures approximately 3/16"L x 3/4"W
  • Made in China

Important Details

The GIA (Gemological Institute of America) is widely recognized as the world's foremost authority in gemology, including diamonds, colored stones, and pearls. Through research, education, and laboratory services, the GIA serves the public interest through objective gemstone evaluation, including identification.

You can purchase our gemstone jewelry with added confidence knowing that QVC incorporates the GIA's expertise into the QVC gemstone identification quality assurance process.

For more information on the GIA, visit www.GIA.edu.

For more information on the gemstones found at QVC, check out our gemstone glossary.

About Topaz

Stone Information

Many consumers know topaz as simply an inexpensive blue gem. They're surprised to learn that its blue color is hardly ever natural: It's almost always caused by treatment. They might also be surprised to know that topaz has so many more colors to offer gem lovers, including pinks and purples that rival the finest fancy sapphires. The color varieties are often identified simply by hue name—blue topaz, pink topaz, and so forth—but there are also a couple of special trade names. Imperial topaz is a medium reddish orange to orange-red. This is one of the gem's most expensive colors. Sherry topaz—named after the sherry wine—is a yellowish brown or brownish yellow to orange. Stones in this color range are often called precious topaz to help distinguish them from the similarly colored but less expensive citrine and smoky quartz.

Legend & Lore

Most authorities agree that the name topaz comes from Topazios, the old Greek name for a small island in the Red Sea, now called Zabargad. (The island never produced topaz, but it was once a source of peridot, which was confused with topaz before the development of modern mineralogy.) Some scholars trace the origin back to Sanskrit (an ancient language of India) and the word topas or tapaz, meaning "fire." The ancient Greeks believed that topaz gave them strength. In Europe during the Renaissance (the period from the 1300s to the 1600s) people thought that topaz could break magic spells and dispel anger. For centuries, many people in India have believed that topaz worn above the heart assures long life, beauty, and intelligence. Today, topaz is one of the US birthstones for November. The other is citrine quartz.


Topaz actually has an exceptionally wide color range that, besides brown, includes various tones and saturations of blue, green, yellow, orange, red, pink, and purple. Colorless topaz is plentiful, and is often treated to give it a blue color. Topaz is also pleochroic, meaning that the gem can show different colors in different crystal directions.



It's important to avoid steam or ultrasound for cleaning topaz: Warm, soapy water works best.

This information was excerpted from GIA's Gem Encyclopedia with permission from GIA. For the full GIA Gem Encyclopedia entry, click here. For more information about GIA, click here.

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About Amethyst

Stone Information & Mining

Amethyst is the purple variety of the quartz mineral species. It's the gem that's most commonly associated with the color purple, even though there are other purple gemstones such as sapphire and tanzanite. Its purple color can be cool and bluish, or a reddish purple that's sometimes referred to as "raspberry."

Legend & Lore

Because of its wine-like color, early Greek legends associated amethyst with Bacchus, the god of wine. Other legends reflected beliefs that amethyst kept its wearer clear-headed and quick-witted in battle and in business affairs. Fine amethysts have been set in religious jewelry and royal crown jewels for ages. It was once considered equal in value to ruby, emerald, and sapphire. It's no wonder that fine amethyst adorns the fingers of bishops as well as the coronation regalia of British royalty.


Amethyst's purple color can range from a light lilac to a deep, intense royal purple and from brownish to vivid. Amethyst also commonly shows what is called color zoning, which in the case of amethyst usually consists of angular zones of darker to lighter color.



Amethyst can be safely cleaned with warm soapy water. Ultrasonic cleaners are usually safe except in the rare instances where a stone is dyed or treated by fracture filling. Steam cleaning is not recommended, and amethyst should not be subjected to heat.

This information was excerpted from GIA's Gem Encyclopedia with permission from GIA. For the full GIA Gem Encyclopedia entry, click here. For more information about GIA, click here.

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Princess Cut

Some say a perfect princess cut looks like a pulsating, brilliant star. Developed in 1960 by diamond-cutter A. Nagy, the princess cut usually features 49 or 50 facets (but there can be more). The cut's lively appearance derives from a series of V-grooves scored on the back of the stone.

About Gemstones

Explore our gemstone glossary filled with fun facts, intriguing lore & helpful cleaning tips.

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Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 12 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Colors are vibrant!! I got both the amethyst and blue topaz for my daughters birthstones, I wear them as stack rings. They are comfy and very pretty! I get compliments all the time! 01-09-16
Rated 2 out of 5 by Not a favorite Ordered this ring in the blue and green, neither were very impressive. The stones are very light (especially the Peridot) and quite tiny. I'm a small girl and they looked non-existent on my hands. I also felt that for the price, they weren't really what I was looking for in a ring. I have ordered other rings from QVC and they have hit it out of the park so I would definitely order from them again but will pay closer attention to all of the previous reviews. Both rings were returned. 04-19-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by The blue topaz is amazing !!! I got this blue topaz ring for my best friend's birthday. I just couldn't get over how gorgeous these gemstones are. If you like subtle elegance, you will love this ring. Highly recommended. 05-01-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by I FINALLY FOUND IT!!!!! I have been looking for this type of ring for so very long! I do have one solitaire ring that is truly my husbands birthstone, which is blue zircon, and it is not available and only at QVC did I find and the price was great for me. I wanted a Swiss Blue topaz in a band ring. I could not believe after so many years I found it and it was not a man-made stone! I am wearing it with my solitaire and White Gold diamond band ring my hubby gave me for my birthday. As I read the reviews, everyone kept mentioning the quality of color saturation of the gemstones. When I received my delivery alert from UPS letting me know what was coming. I had know idea what it was. It came from, Steven Vardi/QVC/. I had know idea, still, what tt was. I went on line and Googled the name, and it came up as this man's professional information, and what he does is special gemstones! Only the highest quality. So, rest assured, if you purchased one of these, you are getting the best of gemstones. Mine just came, and it is absolutely gorgeous, and so did my husband who only buys from our jeweler Don't hesitate to buy one or two, and you will not be sorry. I see them as ring guards, if you will. I just am so excited on this one! 01-24-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by Perfect for ring Guards I purchased the garnet choice 2 of them the color was true to what you see on the screen. As a stand alone ring it is very small I like big rings. My purpose was for a ring guards so it is perfect for doing just that. The quality is good the price to me is fine I could not find anything cheaper anywhere else especially with a good return policy as QVC has. I wear a 7 it fit true to size. 12-10-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by Love it! I finally found a garnet ring that I like. This is perfect for an under-stated, but noticeable ring. The garnets are more blood-red (rather than pink-red) and the diamonds give just the right amount of light and contrast to offset them. Very nice! 05-03-13
Rated 2 out of 5 by Small Stones, Small Presence, Small Ring I will start with the positives. The red of the garnets is lovely--not really a pinky-red like many garnets, but more of a cool-toned, blood red. The color is exactly what I desired. I could envision this ring stacked with others in different colors. That would have a presence, but it is not a stand alone ring. I purchased this based on other positive reviews. There is no video, on which I usually rely greatly for presence and size in determining a purchase. The ring is SMALL, even on my delicate size 51/4 finger. I read the carat weights, but I guess that was not a help, and the diamonds are miniscule "accents," if you want to call them that. This is going back pronto.It's not worth the price tag. For the same amount of money or less, you could get quite a large garnet at another on-line retailer. I do however agree with other reviewers; this ring runs big. So, I ordered the 5, and it fit perfectly. 04-16-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by Love it! I ordered the garnet, and I think it's beautiful. First off, it shipped so quickly! It's only been 2 days! Aside from the fast shipping, the ring itself is exactly what I wanted. Some reviews said it was too small... it's perfect. I have narrow fingers and I wouldn't want the stones to cover any more of the band than they already do, because it would be uncomfortable. The garnet is a great color, and although the diamonds aren't huge, they definitely sparkle and set off the garnet perfectly. My ONLY complaint is that I ordered a size 5 and it's a tad big. Feels more like a 5.25. or 5.5. 04-11-13
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